The commercial town of Odder is teeming with shopping opportunities within a very short distance in the central pedestrian street and the small side streets. Here you can shop for Danish design and local crafts.
And did you know that Odder has one of the country’s largest Kvickly supermarkets with an extremely well-stocked wine department?
Shopping and treasure hunt
If you have the children with you, we can recommend the Odder Treasure Hunt to motivate the little ones with fun puzzles around town and a real medal as a reward for the achievement.
Shopping by Night and other cosy events
During high season and holidays, Odder’s streets and alleys often have lots of cosy and fun activities such as Shopping By Night, Farmer comes to town, Summer in Odder, Harvest Festival and Halloween.
See all planned activities at www.købodder.dk and find shops in Odder.
Good to known before you go shopping in Odder
In Denmark, the currency is Danish kroner (DKK). Most places accept credit and debit cards. In some places, Euros are accepted.
Opening hours are usually Monday to Thursday 10:00 to 17:30, Friday 10:00 to 18:00 and Saturday 10:00 to 13:30. Most stay closed on Sundays, with the exception of certain grocery shops and farm shops. Opening hours may vary and we recommend that you check before you go shopping.
Shop till up drop in the holiday home areas and on Tunø
Outside Odder town itself there are also plenty of cosy shops and shopping opportunities in the holiday home areas at Hou and Saksild.